Not to Consume a Slim Milk Product with Total Bacterial Count exceeding Legal Limit
|Source of Information
The Centre for Food Safety (CFS)
|Product Name and Description
Product name: Pura slim milk
|Reason For Issuing Alert
A sample of the milk was collected for testing under the regular Food Surveillance Programme. The test result showed that the total bacterial count exceeded the legal limit indicating unsatisfactory hygienic conditions but does not mean it would lead to food poisoning..
|Action Taken by the Centre for Food Safety
The CFS has issued a warning letter to the importer. Importation of the product concerned has been suspended and the trade has been alerted to the incident. The CFS has also informed the Australian authorities.
The CFS will monitor the recall of the affected product and the development of the incident. Appropriate actions will be taken whenever necessary
|Advice to the Trade
Stop selling the concerned product.
|Advice to Consumers
Stop consuming the concerned product.
The importer is the sole importer of the milk product concerned. It has stopped sale and has initiated a recall of the affected product.
Centre for Food Safety
Food and Environmental Hygiene Department